The last day of school for students in grades K-11 is June 14. The last day of preschool is June 12.
Learn about Manchester's resources and activities to put drug prevention education into everyday learning.
DATES TO REMEMBER
April 24-28: school vacation week
May 3 & 4: Coffee & Conversation with Dr. VargasJune 3: High school graduation day at SNHU Arena
Manchester School District Announcements
Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Please join superintendent Dr. Vargas for a series of informal gatherings to talk about education in our city. We are eager to hear from faculty and staff, parents, and members of the community. All are welcome, no matter where in Manchester you live, which school you work in, or where your children go to school. View the full schedule through June: www.mansd.org/coffee-conversation.
This distinction recognizes that since 2014, Manchester has increased the number of students participating in Advanced Placement courses.Reaching these goals shows that Manchester is successfully identifying motivated, academically prepared students who are ready for Advanced Placement.
isit the Manchester School District curriculum web site to view the standards : http://curriculum.mansd.org/manchester-academic-standards
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Middle School at Parkside unveils "Innovation Kingdom"
The Boston Celtics and Southern New Hampshire University have done it again! For the third time since 2014, the two organizations have partnered to create a new space dedicated to enhanced learning through technology in a Manchester school. Like the labs at McLaughlin and Hillside middle schools, the classroom at Parkside was transformed with Celtics green paint and graphics on the walls, new furniture, 30 Chromebooks, and a wall-mounted TV monitor. The new "Innovation Kingdom" is adjacent to the school's media center to make collaboration of special projects easy.
Boston Celtics forward Jonas Jerebko and former player Leon Powe were the athlete VIPs. They took the time to speak to the Parkside students about future career goals and the dedication it takes to follow your dreams, even when they seem out of reach.
Manchester School District is grateful for community partners like SNHU and the Celtics, who understand that enhancing access to technology is critical to education in the 21st century.